E-Learning Linux Red Hat Technician RHCT RH202

What topics are covered by the course?

Linux is one of the most prominent examples of free software and open source development: typically all underlying source code can be freely modified, used, and redistributed by anyone.

This Linux Training provides both theoretical and practical information about the topics covered on the Red Hat Certified Technician exam.

Who should attend?

This Linux Training provides both theoretical and practical information about the topics covered on the Red Hat Certified Technician exam.

What will I be able to do on completion?

This Linux Training provides both theoretical and practical information about the topics covered on the Red Hat Certified Technician exam.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is an ongoing process throughout the course.

About the course
Total Course Duration: 24 Hours

RHCT Prerequisites - Duration 3 Hour(s)

This course provides an overview of Linux fundamentals, including the use of text editors and file management commands, the basics of networking and security, and an introduction to hardware and hardware compatibility.

Installation - Duration 3 Hour(s)

This course provides an overview of disk partitions, installation classes, and boot loaders.

Advanced Installation - Duration 2 Hour(s)

This course shows learners how to troubleshoot the Linux installation process, how to perform advanced disk configuration tasks, and how to perform automated installations. Troubleshoot and validate a Linux installation Describe the purpose and capabilities of the GRUB boot loader Partition a disk Configure RAID Manage logical volumes Perform an automated installation

Basic Configuration and Administration - Duration 3 Hour(s)

This course explains the basic configuration and administration of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system. It explains how to create a user account, how to populate a user's home directory, and how to configure a window manager. It also describes the different types of Linux filesystems and explains how they are mounted.

Kernel, User, and Recovery Administration - Duration 3 Hour(s)

This course shows learners how to configure and manage many aspects of the user environment and the kernel. It explains how to manage disk quotas, scheduled jobs, services, and special users; it also explains how to use the linux rescue environment to repair a system that cannot be booted. Shell configuration files Disk quotas Quota management Kernel basics Kernel modules New kernels Scheduled jobs Services and special users Anachron and tmpwatch The Linux rescue environment Troubleshooting the boot process

The X Window System - Duration 3 Hour(s)

This course shows learners how to configure the X Window system on network clients. It explains the X Server and X Clients and explains how X Window security is managed on a network. Configure an X Server and an X Font Server Connect an X Window Client application to an X Server Use the X Window system to run a graphic application remotely Configure a desktop and a window manager Configure the start process for the X Window system Use basic graphical applications on the Linux platform

Linux Network Clients - Duration 2 Hour(s)

This course shows learners how to configure network clients and their connections to network services using Linux Red Hat. Use an FTP client Configure Samba services Configure a DNS server Configure a DHCP server Create and configure an NFS client Set up print services Set up system logging

Mock Exam Testing - Duration 5 Hour(s)

This course provides exercises that will help the learner prepare for the Red Hat Certified Technician exam (RH202).

Qualification

Linux Red Hat Technician RHCT RH202
Course study options

Course Study Format
This course is delivered through online method. The course is available for you to complete at your convenience over a 12 month period.

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Study Hours
This is only an approximate figure and is dependent upon how much time you can dedicate to your studies and how well you grasp the learning concepts in the course material.
Technical Requirements

Windows: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 Acrobat Reader 4.0 and above
OR
Macintosh: Mac OS X, Mac OS 9.2 Acrobat Reader 4.0 and above
An up to date internet browser such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari.
Internet connection (broadband recommended.)

Guide Price: 200

Delivery: Online
Category: IT & Computer »
Duration: 24 hours
Qualification: Not Applicable

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